News Clips for August 6, 2020

Does Utah have a ‘leadership vacuum’ in a time of crisis?

Critics say Gov. Gary Herbert’s ‘light touch’ has now become a weakness, but supporters say he has struck a balance that makes him a strong leader

Why breathing correctly is crucial to COVID-19 prevention

COVID-19 has disrupted all of our lives like we could never have imagined. It has radically changed the dental world. World research into coronavirus has been moving along at a rapid rate so we can all get back to ‘normality’ and to prevent a global economic collapse

University of Utah taps HUB International as consultant for 3 DC plans

University of Utah, Salt Lake City, hired HUB International as investment consultant for the Utah System of Higher Education's 401(a), 403(b) and 457 plans.

For the Record, Op. 126: Ray Chen's 'Solace' Solo Bach; David Park Plays Fritz Kreisler

Violinist David Park teams up with pianist/politician Melissa Garff Ballard to perform a program of 14 popular works and transcriptions by the great violinist-composer Fritz Kreisler.

Students And Family Respond To Report That Officer Shared Private Photos Of Lauren McCluskey

A report released Wednesday by the Utah Department of Public Safety found that a University of Utah police officer showed explicit photos of Lauren McCluskey to colleagues and that some officers made inappropriate comments about them.

New poll asks Utahns about school re-opening, mask mandate

Utahns have some mixed feelings about plans regarding the return to school this fall.